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Old 09-10-2009, 12:56 PM
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Originally Posted by amsgc View Post
You are incorrect to assume that the vertical spill-over has hurt EB3-I.

The vertical spillover rule was EB2ROW-spillver->EB3ROW-spillover->EB2-I/C-spillover->EB3-I/C

Now the interpretation is EB2ROW-spillover->EB2-I/C-spillover->EB3ROW.
If anything, the change in spill over rule has hurt EB3ROW.

The new interpretation has not affected EB3-I at all.

The only reason EB3-I used to get a large chunk of visas (2007 and before) is because USCIS would pre-adjudicate cases in the order in which they would receive them, without regard for availability of visa numbers. Since traditionally there are a large number of applicants for EB3-I, a large number of those apps. would be pre-adjudicated, and hence approved with spill over.

Anyway, the above is how the USCIS operated a few years ago. A lot seems to have changed since then.
You are incorrect. Earlier EB2-ROW spillover was going to EB3-ROW keeping EB3-ROW as current. IF EB3-ROW is current then EB2-ROW was going to EB2-I/C and EB3-ROW spillover was going to EB3-I/C.

So EB3-I/C was at second place when it comes to spillover. Now its at last place and that doesn't work any more.

You should stop giving false information to EB3-I people. Just because you are EB2 and you will get GC pretty soon, doesn't mean everything else is all right.

Last edited by trueguy; 09-10-2009 at 01:04 PM.
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